Israeli leader calls to Nuke Gaza

Israeli leader calls to Nuke Gaza

The so-called only democracy in the Middle East reveals its intention toward resolving the conflict with the Palestinians by striking Gaza with nuclear bomb. 

Avigdor Lieberman Israel Beiteinu chairman and former Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister said during a speech at Bar-Ilan University in Tel-Aviv that Israel must continue its operation, which has been going on since December 27, 2008 and so far resulted in 1000+ killed Palestinians and 4500 wounded; at least 10% of them are medically critical, and more than half will end up with physical disability. 

Lieberman called in his racist and radical speech upon Israel to 'continue to fight Hamas just like the United States did with the Japanese in World War II.' What slipped Lieberman’s thoughts is that Palestinians are under occupation and Israel is the occupation. 

It is not something new for this Lieberman to spur and incite for war, he calls for one on Iran too as a preventive measure, something like what the Israeli government did back in 1967 when it launched war on three fronts and ended up occupying the West Bank, Gaza, Sinai peninsula, and the Golan Heights.

An article published on the on October 27, 2006 referred to Lieberman’s entrance to the Israeli government “A Jewish Hitler?” as he called for the execution of the Israeli Arab members of the Knesset.

Lieberman’s sentiments and convections are favored within the Israeli population who supports in majority the Israeli Army brutal attack on Gaza. It seems that the Israeli politicians are inclined toward Lieberman’s view is also increasing, and dominating.

In 2002, Lieberman stated that he would not hesitate to order the Israeli Army to weep the occupied Palestinian territories to 'Destroy the foundation of all the [Palestinian] authority's military infrastructure … not leave one stone on another. Destroy everything.' Civilian targets included.

Lieberman also suggested that the Israeli air force systematically bomb all the commercial centers, gas stations, and banks in the occupied territories The Independent, March 7, 2002 – and that is really, what is happening these days of 2008-2009.

The Israeli Foreign minister than (2002) Shimon Peres said excessively harsh military measures could lead to accusations of war crimes. That is not where he stands today as President of the Israeli State, even though acts of the Israeli Army are happening at much larger scale to what Lieberman suggested and defiantly qualify as war crimes activities.

Apparently, Lieberman is the kind of person who speaks his mind, while others like Shimon Peres and the Israeli government Prime Minister Ehud Olmert act on such threats.

Prepared by:  
The Applied Research Institute – Jerusalem

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